The Thomas Hardye School

The Bar Has Been Raised Yet Again

A Level results

 

The Thomas Hardye School is celebrating another outstanding set of A Levels results even surpassing last year’s record high. The overall pass rate was over 98% with almost one third of passes at grade A or A*; 20% of students achieved at least AAB! Almost every statistical indicator – including average point scores – has risen confirming Thomas Hardye’s position as a leading provider of post-16 education with a national reputation.

Most students succeeded in getting their first choice of university - including six to Oxford or Cambridge. A very small number of students have gone into clearing which is evidence of the excellent results and the support that has gone into the application process.

Mike Foley, Headteacher, was keen to recognise the work of students and their teachers:
“We were warned that there might be turbulence in the system this year but we haven’t seen it here. These are exceptional results and we have raised the bar yet again. Congratulations are due to a wonderful set of students, supported by their parents. I want to pay particular tribute this year to the teaching staff who have navigated their way through a complex set of reforms and these results are a testament to their skills and abilities. Our Ofsted report commented on the inspirational teaching in the sixth form and this is the outcome.”

 

 

A Level Results

 

 

 

 

August 2017